Fragmented Sleep, Fragmented Mind

@article{Kloet2012FragmentedSF,
  title={Fragmented Sleep, Fragmented Mind},
  author={D. van der Kloet and H. Merckelbach and T. Giesbrecht and S. Lynn},
  journal={Perspectives on Psychological Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={7},
  pages={159 - 175}
}
In psychopathology, dissociation typically refers to a disturbance in the normal integration of thoughts, feelings, and experiences into consciousness and memory. In this article, we review the literature on how sleep disturbances relate to dissociative symptoms and memory failure. We contend that this body of research offers a fresh perspective on dissociation. Specifically, we argue that dissociative symptoms are associated with a labile sleep–wake cycle, in which dreamlike mentation invades… Expand
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